At the Strongsville branch of the @ClevelandClinic :-)

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We are at the Strongsville branch of the Cleveland Clinic to see Lizze’s new Gastrointerologist.  Her current gastrointerologist retired and so it made sense to make the move and keep everything all in one place. 

The Cleveland Clinic is amazing.  We weren’t in there long enough to really even sit down before they brought us back. 

I mean, I have waited in line at McDonald’s longer than it took her to be seen by her new doctor.  🙂

Huge plus to the Cleveland Clinic for running like a friggin well oiled machine.  🙂




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Maybe in the gastro department, but when I was in the IMATCH headache program my only complaint about them was that they were constantly late. Nothing was ever on time. Once we were sitting there waiting for them to begin a group session and we waited for like an hour. (Although, to be fair, that time, they were debating among themselves as to whether to kick one of us out of the program.) But they were so awesome in other respects that I didn’t really care about the wait.